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Graphtec FC8000 Reference Settings

Discussion in 'Graphtec' started by jasonx, Jun 12, 2010.

  1. jasonx

    jasonx Very Active Member

    Aug 5, 2007
    I get a lot of private messages asking for help with the Graphtec's FC8000. I am posting this message with all my reference settings on my machines. I will slowly add all the settings on the machine so please bare with me when I get some down time. I've had my fair share of problems with my machine initially and I guess the manual could explain the affect of each setting on the machine a bit better then just telling us how to change them.

    Firmware 1.50

    Name: Half Cut
    Tool: CB09U+0
    Speed: 55cm/s
    Force: 19
    Accel: 4
    Cutline Pattern: Off
    Assign Tool: 1
    Tangent Emulation: Off
    Overcut Start: 0.7mm
    Overcut End: 0.7mm
    Distance Adjust: Off
    Intial Downforce: 2

    Tool Offset Adju: X=0, Y=0
    Step Pass: 0
    Offset Force: 7
    Offset Angle: 30
    Data Sorting Area: Off
    Data Sorting Tool: Off
    Tool Up Speed: Auto
    Condition Priority: Program
    Tool Select Command: Enabled
    Intial Blade: 2mm Below
    Tool Up Move: Disabled
    Tool Up Height: 0mm

    Mark Scan Mode: Off
    Number Of Points: 2 Points
    Mark Distance: X=0 Y=0
    Distance Adjust Mode: User
    Distance Adjust Custom Unit: 5mm
    Mark Size: 20mm
    Axis Origin Offset: X=0 Y=0
    Sensor Offset Adjustment: X-0.4mm Y=0.2mm (This would be custom to my machine to dial it in accurately)
    Mark Auto Scan: On
    Paper Weight: On
    Axis Alignment Tool: Light Pointer
    Sensing Speed: Slow
    Sensing Level: X=70 Y=90

    Expand: Default
    Scale: 1
    Rotate: Off
    Mirror: Off

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